The Indy Lights weekend at Nashville starts with two Practice sessions for the driver on Saturday, August 6th.
Indy Lights is an American developmental automobile racing series sanctioned by IndyCar, currently known as Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires for sponsorship reasons. Indy Lights is the highest step on the Road to Indy, a program of racing series leading up to the IndyCar Series. The Indy Lights series has been promoted by Anderson Promotions since 2014, which also manages the Road to Indy program. The current IndyCar sanctioned series was founded in 2002 as the Infiniti Pro Series as a way to introduce new talent to IndyCar, with the moniker Indy Lights returning in 2008 when CART and IndyCar unified.
The original Indy Lights series was an open-wheeled racing series that acted as a developmental circuit for CART from 1986 to 2001. It was founded in 1986 as the American Racing Series (ARS). The series was renamed Indy Lights in 1991. The CART-sanctioned series became widely popular and secured the title sponsorship of Firestone. Later, Firestone’s subsidiary Dayton Tires took over as tire supplier and title sponsor. The Infiniti Pro Series was re-founded by the Indy Racing League and began racing in 2002, the year after the CART-sanctioned Indy Lights series’ demise.
The Indy Lights weekend at Nashville starts with two Practice sessions for the driver on Saturday, August 6th. Practice is followed by a qualifying round on the next day at 1:10 AM IST. The Nashville Race starts on Sunday, August 7th at 22:30 PM IST.
|Saturday, August 6||00:30 AM IST||Practice 1|
|20:45 PM IST||Practice 2|
|Sunday, August 7||01:10 AM IST||Qualification|
|22:30 PM IST||Race|
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